Clinical Decision Support Tools & Instructions
Research Data Management (RDM) is the practice of managing, organising and preserving all of the information used to produce research, from the initial planning and searching through to post-publication. Navigate through the blue tabs above to learn more. This data comprises of a range of records such as notes, spreadsheets, surveys, emails, published material and grey literature.
Relevant Monash Health policies & procedures:
Before commencing any research as a Monash Health employee, please check out the guidance provided in the following documents located on the Monash Health Prompt site. They ensure that any research undertaken by Monash Health employees follow specific protocols. Monash Health employees will be required to log in to access the following Prompt documents.
The worldwide Fair Data Principles are a guide to all researchers for improving the Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability and Reuse of research data for both humans and machines.
FAIR Data does not equal to Open Data. The FAIR data guidelines provide a framework for researchers when developing a data management plan ensuring their research data is managed and correctly stored. Major funding bodies encourage and promote FAIR data to maximise the integrity and impact of their research investment. These principles are supported by the Australian National Data Service (ANDS) - a partnership between Monash University, Australian National University, the CSIRO and the Australian Government.
Source: Guidelines for implementing FAIR open data policy in health research
Further resources on the FAIR principles:
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